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15 months ago

bravo (a guest user) asked this question:

Language pair:

English > French



Level of diffculty:

Easy / medium

Word or term in question:

dry acid pickle


The final cleaning step requires the dry acid pickle, which is just as good and safer than Hydrochloric acid which is sometimes used for this purpose.


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14 months ago

Hedi Nasri  See profile wrote:

décapant à sec à base d'acide

15 months ago

Sissoko's Bilingual Services  See profile wrote:

Potion sulfureuse sèche

15 months ago

Claude Le Frapper  See profile wrote:

décapant acide tel que bisulfate de sodium

My comment:

the complete expression is dry acid pickle salts, like sodium bisulfate.
in French, 'décapant ' should suffice.

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15 months ago

plaisirsdelavie  See profile wrote:

Cristaux de soude

My comment:

Dry acid pickle looks like salt: it is mixed to water in order to remove chrome metal parts.

My references:

Comments by other colleagues on this answer:

15 months ago

Claude Le Frapper  See profile wrote:

That would be an alcaline pickle

15 months ago

Marie-Claire  See profile wrote:

produit de nettoyage acide avec des agents tensioactifs

My comment:

My references:

I have no idea if that applies to your translation. It depends on the context. I hope it helps a little!